Threat Intelligence Platforms: Open Source vs. Commercial

November 22, 2018

As a member of a maturing security team evaluating threat intelligence platforms (TIPs), you may be asking yourself whether you should use an open source solution like Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP), or buy a TIP from one of many vendors offering solutions. In this whitepaper, we discuss the key technical and economic considerations every security team needs to make when evaluating threat intelligence solutions, including service level agreements and integration with existing arrangements and legacy systems. And, importantly, which solution is right for your team.

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EPI-USE is a global organization that specializes in SAP® and SuccessFactors® services plus products for On-Premise, Hybrid and Cloud environments. Specialities include SAP Human Capital Management (HCM), SAP Payroll, SuccessFactors Solutions, SAP NetWeaver, SAP Enterprise Mobility, analytics and reporting solutions based on SAP BusinessObjects BI, SAP HANA, SAP GRC and Security, SAP Finance and Logistics, as well as Integration.

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